How do you remove tax liens from your credit report?

Posted on June 27, 2017
Source:  Nick Youngson

Source: Nick Youngson

 

 

 

Supposedly you are not able to remove them until they expire – which can take as long as ten years. However, the way the credit reporting system works and the FCRA (Fair Credit Reporting Act) works is that everything that is on a credit report including tax liens has to be verifiable if you request that it be verified. Therefore, if you require that the tax lien be verified and they cannot verify it belongs to you, then they must remove it.

 

 
What you should do is to force the credit bureaus to provide proof that the tax lien actually belongs to you, not just check a computer and see if the name matches or the address matches. No, they must show you proof it’s yours. If they can’t do that, they have to remove it. The key is knowing how to force the credit bureau to provide that proof. There are certain sections of the FCRA you must mention to force the credit bureaus to either provide proof or remove the item.

 

 

These sections vary depending on the negative item they assess. However, it works very efficiently if you know what you are doing. If you need negative items off your credit fast, go to deletionexpert.com. They can get rid of all your negative liens in three to six weeks. They even have a credit sweep option that only takes one to three weeks to remove these negative liens; and they guarantee the negative will be removed and that they will keep fighting the negative liens till they are removed. They will finance most of the cost of their service for you so you can start it with just the nominal amount of money down. Just a few hundred dollars down and you can get those lien’s removed.

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